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  • The Road to Peace

    Terence O'Shaughnessy

    James Clifford-Harris, a disabled veteran of the Great War in his mid-thirties, leads a lonely and miserable existence. Plagued by recurring nightmares and lumbered with selfish family members who are ill-equipped to deal with his needs, his attempt to escape his surroundings is made possible following an encounter with travelling Gypsies, Challenor and his daughter Mary. Learning the details of their tragic past

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  • Justice Delayed

    Pat Marlow

    Kate Meredith was about to witness a post mortem on a mutilated body found in strange circumstances. Not her favourite part of the job as a detective sergeant, but it had to be done. The dead man's past uncovered an historic abuse case involving vulnerable boys at a children's home. Something unspeakable had been happening and Kate was about to uncover the sordid and sinister details. A c

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  • To Sit in Solemn Silence

    Sue Woodcock

    When senior detective Saul Catchpole takes his family to a production of the Mikado, he has no idea that soon he will be investigating a gruesome murder on the stage and finding out that within the operatic society things are seldom what they seem. Soon the enquiry is delving into the history of several members of the cast with surprising results. Not only does it challenge him and his team, as he introduces a new

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  • The Dragon Rider

    T. J. Weekes

    "My name is Abagail Stone, and I always wished I could be a Dragon Rider and often dreamed of serving the kingdom." When a rare dragon egg was stolen from the sacred Cave of Noelle, the dragons' immense power vanished along with the hope of a mass dragon army. And over the past few years, the amount of Dragon Riders has fallen. Few men have been chosen to mount the fierce yet magni

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  • Only He Who Understands Is Sad

    Colin Wallace

    Nelpin is a government official with a complicated background. Orphaned and brought up by another family, he finds people who he can manipulate, and disposes of them when they are no longer of use.   Moskar comes from a wandering tribe of the Lagerian desert. Happily married and hoping for a child, one day changes his whole life in the desert forever.   Nelpin'

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  • The Lambshank Redemption

    Ian Hopkins and John Duignan

    Following The Buick Stops Here, Mungo Laird is released from the slammer with every intention of rebuilding his business empire alongside his new friend - he of the dubious financial and pharmaceutical dealings - Dave Ashley-Cole-Cole. His first problem is to wrestle the bookies business away from his son, Cosmo, and his son's rather dishy intelligent girlfriend, Rayle

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  • Paradise Mislaid

    Francis M. Boggs

    Professor Hugh Norris was studying theology with his good friend Bede Murray. He spent two years at the seminary but one day, on a chance piece of advice from one of the lecturers, he decide that a life devoted to religion was not for him. He left to study science instead and rose to prominence for his genome and DNA research. It's many years later now and Bede is invited to dinner at Hugh

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  • Where There's Life

    David C. Ayre

    For more than two years, Alan and Kirsty have been developing a highly sophisticated robot which closely mimics both the physical and intellectual properties of human beings. After some false starts, they design and build two prototypes - Jack and Jill - and decide to test their credibility as human by visiting an old friend. The test is a success, and they also find that the learning potential o

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  • Be Careful What You Wish For

    Amie Rasar

    It was a dream come true! Everyone always said they wanted to win the lottery and when it actually happened to him, he thought all their prayers were answered.   How wrong he was! How could the best thing that had ever happened to them be the worst? He longed for his family back, for the happy family they were, he even wanted the hard times back!   No one could pre

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  • Eleven Notebooks

    L. F. Gearon

    It is twenty years since Thomas Coverack has worked for British Intelligence - but you never really stop working for them, do you? He is enjoying a quiet summer term as Professor of Literature and War at Merton College, Oxford, when he is once again approached. His instructions are to investigate Henrik Strøm, the ageing founder and president of the Hammerfest Foundation in Norway; a man with an obsessive d

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  • Getting On With It

    Pippa Holmes

    Katy, a city girl through and through, never expected to find herself living on a farm in the middle of nowhere. However, a series of events including an annoying ex-boyfriend made her think that maybe London wasn't such a great place after all and that she should try the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. Katy was soon on a steep learning curve, having met and married Charlie, a farmer with a variety

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  • Second Chance

    C.M. Bryden

    The title says it all! Love is the golden thread weaving these delightful stories of second chances together. First, we have Marie Townsend, who meets Sebastian and proves that it is never too late for a heavenly romance! Charlie Ludlow's tale is the longest with second chances for him and the widowed Eleanor Gatsby. The message here is that no experience,

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